Autumn statement

Autumn Statement 2016: Real wages 'won't grow for a decade'
In Brief

Autumn Statement 2016: Real wages 'won't grow for a decade'

Think-tank warns of 'dreadful' times ahead, as Resolution Foundation say lower-income families will lose most
25 Nov 2016
UK estate agents hit by clampdown on letting fees
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In Brief

UK estate agents hit by clampdown on letting fees

Countrywide share price is at all-time low after chancellor bans upfront charges
24 Nov 2016
How the Autumn Statement will affect you
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In Depth

How the Autumn Statement will affect you

Less taxes and a savings gesture, but fewer perks and a stealth tax hike on insurance policies
24 Nov 2016
Autumn Statement 2016: What the commentators thought
Hammond
In Depth

Autumn Statement 2016: What the commentators thought

Philip Hammond's first set-piece was a sombre affair, say the pundits, but not everyone thinks that's bad
24 Nov 2016
Will May match Trump's corporate tax cuts?
Theresa May
In Brief

Will May match Trump's corporate tax cuts?

Prime Minister tries to woo businesses with £2bn worth of tax cuts for science and research
21 Nov 2016
Austerity hits women 'twice as hard as men'
George Osborne
In Brief

Austerity hits women 'twice as hard as men'

Theresa May's 'just managing' families expected to lose £1,678 a year by 2020 after government cuts
21 Nov 2016
TORY SLUMP: Has George Osborne blown it?
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osbourne
In Depth

TORY SLUMP: Has George Osborne blown it?

Autumn Statement was supposed to set Tories on road to victory – but voters say he’s being extreme
18 Dec 2014

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Miliband addresses deficit - but offers only austerity-lite
The Mole
In Depth

Miliband addresses deficit - but offers only austerity-lite

Labour leader proclaims Osborne cuts ‘extreme’ – but Ed Balls fails to explain how his will be different
11 Dec 2014
Osborne’s cuts could reduce Army to virtually useless
Columnist Robert Fox
In Depth

Osborne’s cuts could reduce Army to virtually useless

Cuts will be so severe that Nato could classify our reduced forces not as an army, but a gendarmerie
9 Dec 2014
Cuts what cuts? Police chief needs extra cash to fight IS
The Mole
In Depth

Cuts what cuts? Police chief needs extra cash to fight IS

Exclusive: Met Commissioner needs more officers to combat increased threat on London streets
8 Dec 2014
David Cameron scents victory: is he kidding himself?
Columnist Don Brind
In Depth

David Cameron scents victory: is he kidding himself?

The Tories needed a game-changer from George Osborne this week. Did he deliver? Don’t bank on it
5 Dec 2014
OSBORNE: Chancellor loses rag over BBC 'nonsense'
BBC Broadcasting House
In Depth

OSBORNE: Chancellor loses rag over BBC 'nonsense'

And Clegg’s absence suggests there may be no second coalition if Tories can pull off election victory
4 Dec 2014
Autumn Statement: plans to cut spending 'to 1930s levels'
George Osborne
In Depth

Autumn Statement: plans to cut spending 'to 1930s levels'

Treasury watchdog forecasts 'eye-wateringly' tight cuts to public spending over the next five years
4 Dec 2014
THE MOLE: Osborne's fans and feathers
The Mole
In Depth

THE MOLE: Osborne's fans and feathers

Chancellor pulls a rabbit out of the hat with stamp duty reform – but hides one crucial forecast
3 Dec 2014
Spend, spend, spend: George Osborne’s big cover-up
The Mole
In Depth

Spend, spend, spend: George Osborne’s big cover-up

Cash for NHS and roads masks bad news on borrowing (and it’s odd how many roads serve coalition seats)
1 Dec 2014
Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Thursday 6 Dec 2012
Daily Briefing

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Thursday 6 Dec 2012

6 Dec 2012
Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Wednesday 5 Dec 2012
Daily Briefing

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Wednesday 5 Dec 2012

5 Dec 2012
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